Mr Paul Scott
- Senior Lecturer in Law (School of Law)
Paul Scott studied law at the University of Glasgow (LLB, PhD) and the London School of Economics (LLM). His doctoral studies were funded by the University of Glasgow and the Modern Law Review. He was previously Lecturer in Public Law at the University of Southampton.
Paul has a range of interests across the areas constitutional and administrative law, as well as in aspects of legal and constitutional theory. Of particular interest to him are republican constitutional theory, Scottish public law, and national security constitutionalism (the focus of much of his current research). He has published - and has work forthcoming - in a range of specialist and general legal journals.
Dr Scott has been awarded the following:
£3,300 was awarded to Dr Scott by the Society of Legal Scholars small projects and events fund, for a workshop on 'Constitutional Legacies of Empire'.
£1,360 was awarded to Dr Scott by the 'SLS Research Activities Fund 2018', for a project entitled ' The First Interception Provision: an archival investigation of Section 4 of the Official Secrets Act 1920'.
Paul contributes to the teaching of Constitutional Law 1 and Law and Government. He convenes the Constitutional Law Honours module.